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Books

Lest We Forget

Harvard’s World War I participants are honored in an updated volume edited by Douglas M. Carver ’59.
10.15.14

Combatants

A World War I Harvard aviator, plus a Game-worthy car buff and his wheels
10.15.14

Open Book: GOP Polarities

In To Make Men Free, Heather Cox Richardson seeks to explain the back-and-forth history of Republican Party goals.
10.15.14

Music, Noted

The recording of songs and sounds past—a history of musical notation in the West
10.15.14

Extracurriculars

Events on and off campus during November and December
10.15.14

Yearning to Escape

James Laughlin’s transit to Harvard and Europe—and pioneering literary publishing
10.15.14

The New Histories

Scholars pursue sweeping new interpretations of the human past.
10.15.14

Ensnared

From personal catastrophe to enforced poverty
8.15.14

Bears, Oars, Metaphors

Novelist and outdoorsman John Casey’s two new books look at teaching writing and his athletic exploits.
8.15.14